Parks and trails are important features of City of Victoria with a total of 32 active and passive parks and over 32 miles of trails and sidewalks spread across 443 acres of park land.

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Explore Our Parks
  • Allegheny Park  
    Allegheny Court
  • Bayfront Park  
    1730 Steiger Lake Lane
  • Charlson Thun Bandstand  
    1730 Steiger Lake Lane
  • Church Lake Park  
    1880 Victoria Circle
  • Deer Run Park I  
    8720 Ridge Ponds Drive
  • Deer Run Park II  
    8999 Wedgemere Drive
  • Diethelm Park  
    8475 Kochia Lane
  • Goodman Park  
    7400 Park Drive
  • Holy Family  Tennis Courts
    8101 Kochia Lane
  • Katy Hills Park  
    1400 80th Street
  • Kelzer Pond Park  
    8195 Kelzer Pond Drive
  • Kirke Lachen Park  
    8000 81st Street
  • Lakebridge Park  
    2800 Lake Parkway
  • Lakeside Estates Park  
    2627 Woods Drive
  • Laketown Park  
    9300 Red Fox Drive
  • Lions Park  
    1505 82nd Street
  • Maddison Park  
    8481 Kelzer Pond Drive
  • Madelyn Creek Park  
    1060 Anthony Way
  • Noterman Woods Park  
    1240 Linden Lane
  • Rhapsody Park  
    2550 Vogel Farm Road
  • Salter’s Park  
    8000 81st Street
  • Savanna Valley Park  
    8097 Savanna Valley Way
  • S. Lake Virginia Shores Park  
    6475 Smithtown Road
  • Swiss Mountain Park  
    755 Inter Lacken
  • Overlook at Tamarack Lake  
    Saint Moritz Street
  • Wassermann Lake Preserve  
    9175 Church Lake Blvd
  • Wintergreen Park  
    1400 Wintergreen Lane
  • Woodlands Park
    760 Tilia Lane
Connecting the City of Lakes& Parks

Starting near downtown Victoria, the Lake Minnetonka Regional Trail stretches over 15 miles from Victoria to Hopkins.

Victoria is home to the headwaters of the Six Mile Creek - Halsted Bay sub-watershed, part of the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District that connects to the 
Mississippi River.
View our full list of Park Amenities.

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Parks & Trails Across Victoria

Stop by the Victoria Recreation Center or City Hall to grab a Victoria Parks & Trails Map before starting out on your adventure. The map has the location of each park and trail as well as public fishing areas.

Download the digital version of the Victoria Parks & Trail Guide.

Nearby Parks and Trails

The City of Victoria is surrounded by wonderful opportunities to visit natural landscapes and parks. 

  • Carver Park Reserve - Victoria is home to the Carver Park Reserve which contains campgrounds, the Lowry Nature Center, archery range, trails, swimming beach, off-leash dog area and the historic Grimm Farm House. 
  • Minnesota Landscape Arboretum - Also home to Victoria is the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Apple Barn. Partially located in Victoria is the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
  • Lake Minnetonka Regional Trail - Downtown Victoria is the trailhead for the Lake Minnetonka Regional Trail  (LRT). This aggregate trail spans 15 miles ending in Hopkins. 

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The park system woven throughout Victoria, Minnesota is managed and maintained by, or in partnership with, the City of Victoria Parks & Recreation Department.

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